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Riva is promenade by the South wall of Diocletian Palace (remains of the Emperors suite). The imperial suite extended over the entire south quarter. Today the courtyards around the Ethnographic Museum reflect this grand space with its views to the harbor along the southern facade with its massive…
Riva is by the South wall of Diocletian Palace (remains of the Emperors suite). The imperial suite extended over the entire south quarter. Today the courtyards around the Ethnographic Museum reflect this grand space with its views to the harbor along the southern facade with its massive arches.
Our famous Riva where you can at day time drink coffee and relax all day. At night time food and beverages and enjoy our beautifull and old city
Main promenade. Lots of restaurants and bars with a sea view. The main pedestrian street- Marmontova, a historical street, is connecting the Promenade with the other parts of the Old City.
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“The Diocletian palace is Split's main tourist attraction: a 1700 year old, well-preserved structure from antiquity, which served as a residence to Roman emperor Diocletian and today forms the old town of Split. Walk through the basements, visit the Peristyle (the ancient square in the center of the palace) and get lost in the labyrinthic side alleys, filled with restaurants and bars. My romantic café recommendation for couples: Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar. The palace also doubled as the city of Meereen in Game of Thrones. Check out the Game of Thrones tour, if you love the TV show!”
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“One of the most important streets in Split that leads to Riva is Marmontova street which was called after marshal Marmont who was in charge of Dalmatia during the French rule from 1806 to 1813. It shows how important Marmont was for the development of the city of Split. In fact, many things were improved during the short French rule: they rebuilt roads, opened schools, hospitals and a post office. Strolling down this broad bustling avenue you can feel the beat of the city. While the soft sea breeze cools you on a hot summer day and the sun and its shimmer on the sea in the distance make you squint your eyes you will have caught a glimpse of the soul of Split.”
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